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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... MINISTER 1NU.JUSDEAD Rev. Dr. Antoinette Blackwell Passes Away in New Jersey Elizabeth, N. J., Nov. 5.—The Rev. Dr. AntoinetteLouisaBrownBlackwell, aged 96, believed to have been the first woman..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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Text:"... are: Acacia Lodge No. 20, F. A. M., Elks Lodge No. 782, and the Rockaway River Con u try Club. ANTOINETTELOUISABROWNBLACKWELL- ElizabethMinister and Author. (Photograph published in Vol. 1 - 1017..."
Date:1917
Place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"... are : Acacia Lodge No. 20, F. A. M., Elks Lodge No. 782, and the Rockaway River Country Club. ANTOINETTELOUISABROWNBLACKWELL ElizabethMinister and Author. (Photograph published in Vol. 1 1017 i. Born..."
Date:Between 1919 and 1920
Place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"... and Hannah Lane Blackwell of Bristol, England. Children : Florence, Mable, Edith. Grace, Agnes, Ethel. AntoinetteLouisaBrownBlackwell is Pastor Emeritus of all Souls Unitarian Church in Elizabeth where she..."
Date:Between 1917 and 1918
Place:New Jersey, USA
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Text:"...ANTOINETTELOUISABROWNBLACKWELL. Autograph Quotation Signed, to H. Norris Jr. N.Y., December 3, 1905. 1 p. To win high human thought, / the spirits flamechr(59) / To learn how change..."
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Birth:Day Month 1825
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Rebecca M. Dykeman (born Brown) and names of 5 more siblings
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Children:Ann Ophelia Blackwell and names of 6 more children
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Birth:May 20 1825 - Henrietta, New York
Death:Nov 5 1921 - Elizabeth, New Jersey
Husband:Samuel Charles Blackwell
Children:Agnes Jones, Ethel Robinson, Florence B Blackwell, Grace B Blackwell, Dr. Edith B Blackwell, M.D.
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..."' hosts marched through, the. streets of New York' this month, the place of honor was given to, Mrs. ' Antoinette - LouisaBrownBlackwell, D.D., the first . American woman ' to be . orda'ned to the minis..."
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Date:Day Month 1912
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Dr. AntoinetteLouisaBrownBlackwell, aged ninety-si*, believed to have been the first woman ordained to the ministry in this country and a pioneer woman suffrage worker with Susan B. Anthony, died..."
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Date:Day Month 1921
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